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September 27, 2019

City of Vranje Adopts Local Anti-Corruption Plan

On Thursday, September 26th, the City of Vranje adopted a revised Local Anti-Corruption Plan (LAP), drafted by the City with the assistance of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Government Accountability Initiative and Transparency Serbia. An LAP helps prevent corruption in local public institutions. Vranje adopted its first LAP in 2015, indicating the importance of preventing corruption and protecting the public interest.

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August 9, 2019

Local Anticorruption Plans: Frequently Asked Questions for easier development and implementation of Local Anticorruption Plans

The Government Accountability Initiative (GAI) and the Bureau of Social Research (BIRODI), in collaboration with the Anti-Corruption Agency, have published a frequently asked questions on the development and adoption of local anticorruption plans (LAPs).
The Local Anticorruption Plans: Frequently Asked Questions offers answers and clarifications to the gaps in interpretations identified in the process of development and implementation of Local Anticorruption Plans (LAPs). It also presents good solutions and practices identified in local governments that have completed this process.

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July 23, 2019

Final Public Debate on Draft Local Anticorruption Plan for the City of Vranje

On Monday, July 22, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Government Accountability Initiative, Transparency Serbia, and the City of Vranje presented the final draft of the Local Anticorruption plan and held a round table and the final in a series of public debates about the plan. The participants had the opportunity to provide their opinion, suggestions and comments on the Draft of this document to which the Working Group worked from January to June 2019 with the intensive support of Transparency Serbia.

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June 28, 2019

Raska Municipality Adopts Local Anticorruption Plan

The Municipal Assembly of Raska adopted the Local Anti-Corruption Plan (LAP) on 26 June 2019. Adopted by each local self-government unit, the LAP is a document which serves to identify the risks of corruption in the work of local public institutions and to plan activities to mitigate or eliminate those risks. By applying the LAPs and by establishing adequate mechanisms for monitoring of LAP implementation, cities and municipalities should be able to reduce the level of corruption and better protect public interest – the interest of citizens and the local community.

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June 17, 2019

Local Anticorruption Plan for Sjenica Municipality Adopted

The Municipal Assembly of Sjenica has adopted a revised and upgraded Local Anticorruption Plan (LAP) which identifies competencies, areas, processes and procedures that are at risk of corruption and suggests ways to manage these risks, i.e. their elimination. By applying the LAP and establishing a mechanism for monitoring its implementation, the Municipality of Sjenica will undertake activities in order to strengthen its resilience to the occurrence of corruption and irregularities, or to strengthen the capacity to realize the public interest of the local community.

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June 14, 2019

Local Anticorruption Plan for the Municipality of Vrnjačka Banja Adopted

The Municipal Assembly of Vrnjačka Banja has adopted a revised and improved Local Anticorruption Plan (LAP) which envisages development and publishing of five new registries for greater transparency of the work of the municipality and local public institutions – a list of all public companies, public institutions and public services, public property, public donations, bodies […]

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May 22, 2019

Roundtables in the Municipalities of Sjenica and Raska on the Draft Revised Local Anticorruption Plan

The Municipalities of Sjenica and Raška, USAID Government Accountability Initiative and Transparency Serbia organized roundtables in the municipalities of Sjenica and Raška, where the Draft Revised Local Anticorruption Plans for these two municipalities were presented. At the roundtables, participants had the opportunity to give their opinion, suggestions and comments on the Drafts of these documents.

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June 11, 2018

Local Governments in Serbia Invited to Express Interest for Collaboration in Strengthening Governance and Accountability

The Government Accountability Initiative (GAI) opened the Call for Expressions of Interest for Local Self-Governments in Serbia and shared it with 144 municipalities on June 11, 2018. The Call invites all interested local self-governments to provide a concise expression of interest for collaboration with GAI to strengthen their governance structures.

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